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CLUB NOTES of the Cornland Home for 1961 are as follows: Werth, President; Brenda Vice-President; Linda Mc- r-Treasurer; Jean- Reporter; and, Diana Recreation Leader. every Tuesday evening School. Our girls are enrolled clothing and flower projects. eanie Wiebking, Reporter. AV Class of the Methodist Will meet Tuesday, May 9, P.m. at the home of Mrs. Meister on North Vine assisting will be Mrs. Mrs. Bert Cilium, Ba'rtels and Mrs. F. E. Bureau Unit I will meet Friay, May 5 in the Please note change ttOrae the r, Bureau I will meet at at ].t n Home Friday, May 5 _Wil['e P.m. Two major lessons 1; gwen "Trim Diet, Trim -'gure ,, lor, Will be given by Miss e'p :SChahl and Mrs. Bertha Flaa,e,rv/'lYour Personal Clothing feb,,. -_ oe given by Mrs. Clyde I and Mrs. Oscar Fleagle. }e Bureau III will meet on the  May 8, at 7:30 p.m. at Lak: '2 eot Mrs. Darrell Neal in l.we "rk. The short feature, ti, rrangements" will be _ by Mrs Otto Ey The ma'or ,! "A " " J CCent Your Room with N ties'' will be given by "--:rrnan Schahl and Mrs. d corporations ................................................. _, Posits of United States Government (tn- Udlng postal savings) ..... : ................................ ':'eposits of States and political subdivisions Lth_er deposits (certified and cashler'l .Z?.ks. etc.) ..................................................... a LTAL DEPOSITS ..................... $2,587,704.10 (.a) Total Demand Deposits ....$1,434,736.28 b) Total time deposits.i .......... $1,152,9672 OF;ICIAL PUBLICATION Charter No. 3839 Reserve District No. 7 Report of Condition of FIRST NATIONAL BANK in th OF Mr. PrLKSKL 11.LIO15 l e State of Illinois, at thehe close of business an April of , Published in response to call made by Comptroller -urrency under section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. 14 Cash, balances with other banks, including re.rye balance, and cash items in proce 2. of collection ........................................... =': .... $ 358,474.01 United States Government obligations, mr. &  and guaranteed. ......................................... 866,1175 .bligations of States and political sub- .oer bond notes ad d%'ntu (" ...... :" g 47000 mVlMorm ........ . ......... . ludm eS,000.00 securities of Federal agenmes and $. corporation not guaranteed by U3.) ................ 131,725.00 orporate stocks, Including $6,000.00 .  of Federal Reserve Bank. ............... e,00O.00 ans and discounts (including $7423 over 7. .drafts) ................................................... 1,1,4EI L.. nk premises owned $2,000.00; furniture ,ure and fixtures $5,465.00 ................................. 6,4650 .nk premises owned are subject to None 8. ens not assumed by this bank) 9.  estate owned other than bank premises 2,500.00 investments and other assets indirectly repre. 1k nting bank premises or other real estate .... 1,000.00 Uther a%sets ......................................................... 1,716.62 LIABILITIFJ 13..inan d deposRs of individuals, partner- --.., nil ,,v, 65 14. , - and corporations ....................................... x Vrne deposits of individuals, partnershilm 13. 1,0e0.672 18. 35,5?8.58 18. 141, 0215 19. 65)0 Wendell RothwelL Roll call will be "My Favorite Spring Flower." Members of the Order of East- ern Star will meet in Masonic Hall Monday evening, May 8, for l the regular lodge session. The committee for the social hour is composed of Mrs. Ellis Downing, Mrs. Orville Downing and Mr Christian Erlenbush. The Cleaner's Class of the SL John's Lutheran Church will meet Thursday, May 11, at 2 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Herman Meyer in Lake Fork. The Mentor Graham Unit of the ALM hospital, will meet on Tuesday, May 9 at 2 p,'n. in the i home of Mrs. Edward Curtis, south of the city. Tray favors will be made. Mrs. Walter Barrels will be assistant hostess. The Mary Todd Unit of the ALM Hospital Auxiliary, _will meet Wdnesday, May 10, at : 7:O p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lucllle Leimbach, in Chestnut. The Book Club met Tuesday night, May 2, in the home of Mrs. George A. Voile on South Spring St. Mrs. Raymond Hahn review- ed the book, "Houdini," by Wn'L Lindsay Gresham. Next hostess will be Mrs. Paul Beidler. The DWYW Club will meet on Tuesday, May 9, at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. William Cooper and daughter, Miss Violet, south- east of the city. The Comland Home Bureau will meet Wednesday, May I0 at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. John Wiebking. The major topic, "Accent Your Room With Access- ories" will be given by Mrs. loire 4. TOTAL LIABILITIES ........................................... $2,587,704.10 . ca c^Prr ^ccom Pital Stock ..................... "-"'"ar ...... 00-_{ .... $ 1000000.00 . {a) Common Stock, total p , $2 , . . Uadivided Profits ....... 184,777.65 .Reserves (and retirement account for We- zeZd stock) ..................................... .,000.00 " yr CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... ,rn 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL Ccous ........................................................... $,0.. L  EOaVa iti pledged or assigned to secure liabil- ____ - I S and for other purposes .............................. _$ 258,9_. imnald S. Copeland, Cashier, of the above-name_ th ,o Solemnly swear that the above statement is true w of my knowledge and belief. r We - Donald S. Copeland, Cashier t ' the undersigned directors attest the correctness of th by us of COndition and declare that it has been examinea ad _and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true Leigh W. Lucas Walter A. Schafer J. D. Biesemeier, Directors he. Brownie Troop 374 met at the Recreation Center, May 2. All present utd the Pledge of Alleg- iance, Girl Scout and Brownie p The president called the meeting to order, roll call was taken, minutes of last meeting read and dues collected. Camp and Day Camp were discussed. Games were enjoyed. World War I veterans will hold a meeting in the Legion Home on Monday, May 8, at 7:30 p.m. The Pageant Chorus will prac- rice Thursday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the grade school gym. New members are welcome. Miscellaneous Shower Given Ann Weckel In Hartsburg on Tuesday, Apr. 25, a shower was given at the Lutheran Church by a group of Leesman relatives, for Miss Ann Nlta Weckel of Mount Pulaski, who is to be married to Ronald Ray . Miss Wsckel is a daughter of Mr and Mrs. Eugene Weekel of Mount Pulaski and Mr. Leesman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond , Harts- burg. Another shower for Miss Week- el was held Saturday night, Apr. 29 in the educational building of the Zion Lutheran church, ML Pulaski, by women of a Pinochle Club. Hostesses were Mrs. Wil- bur Schmidt of Springfield; Mrs. Donald Aderman of Lincoln; Mrs. Julian Schmidt, Mrs. Emmitt Shellhammer and Mr Fred Stahl. The wedding will take place in St John's Lutheran Church, Mt Pulaski, at 7:30 p.rn, Saturday, May 13. A reception will be held immediately following the cere. mony, at the American Legion Home. sII,- nmLLES The following are now mem- bers of the Sil-Tennial Belles: Donna Stopher, Susan Stopher, Lucille Grathwohl, Mary CAmnol- Icy, Alice W21ham and Marilyn Wflham. .IqEWS, Yant Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1961--41 Time: Part of the familiar say- Le: What girls with a shape- lng, "Love makes time pass, and ly pair of often proclaim from the time makes love pass." hose-tops. INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent vao.z sw=.sm Mour Pm.aSZL ..L.  DON'T FORGET BOY SCOUT I S R SUNDAY EVENING May 7, 1961 BERTONrS RESTAURANT Chilli -- Pie -- Drink 5:00 P.M. (DST) 'ill all are served Donation -- 50c Mother's Day Special! This beautifully styled Ginger Mahogany Bedroom Suite with contrasting pulls. Cultured wood care stock insures absence of warping, splitting, crack- ing, and bending of drawer fronts. A revolutionary improvement on nature. This Bea S-Piece Suite ' $I,." Double Dresser, Chesl and Panel Bed .................................. Genuine plate glass mirror is guaranteed for five years against defective materials. Drawers dovetailed front and back for ex- tra strength. STAHL FURNITURE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS